Appearing in "Overkill"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil #187.

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Synopsis for "Overkill"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil #187.

DD's hyper senses continue to get worse and he seeks out Stick for help; In a fight with the Hand, the Black Widow is poisoned.

Appearing in "Armageddon"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #167.

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  • The Dreadnought, an underwater troop carrier with tunneling equipment

Synopsis for "Armageddon"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #167.

Jimmy cradles the body of his beloved in his arms; The Claw vows vengeance; Fury says he's takin' over --NOW! Just then, ALL HELL BREAKS LOOSE as a S.H.I.E.L.D. Suicide Squad bursts in thru the floor via "The Dreadnought," a colossal tunneling machine. The Claw vanishes, Fury uses a "Psuedo-Elliptoid Wrist Tracer" to find him, but arrives just as the villain escapes into the "Space-Time Continuum" in an "Infinity Sphere." But Fury finds a "Prototype Warp-Vest" which uses "Hyper-Space Circuits" and follows The Claw's "Cosmic Trajectory." The Claw hits the button on a nuclear detonator, destroying his entire underwater base-- just as Fury arrives and attacks him using a "Mind-Amplifyin' Gizmo." As The Claw topples backward, Fury tells him S.H.I.E.L.D. planted an "Explosion Absorber" and cleared out-- meaning, The Claw only succeeded in destroying his own base. Fury then uses The Satan Claw to peel open The Claw's armor and it is revealed to have been a robot pawn in a game lost by Doctor Doom to the Prime Mover.

Appearing in "Today Earth Died!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #168.

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Synopsis for "Today Earth Died!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Strange Tales #168.

In this surreal story, Nick Fury appears to dream that a gold skinned alien lands in New York and no one is able to stop him from annihilating the earth, or was this a strange premonition of things to come?

Appearing in "Day of Thunder -- Night of Death!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulk #133.

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Synopsis for "Day of Thunder -- Night of Death!"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Incredible Hulk #133.

Continued from last issue...

Jim Wilson is seriously injured following the Hulk's fight with Hydra, and the green monster tries in vain to revive the boy when the military arrives. General Ross approaches the Hulk alone and tries to appeal to the green giant, but the Hulk is about to smash Ross when Jim revives long enough to convince the Hulk not to attack and let Ross give him the medical attention he needs. The Hulk agrees and is about to walk away when General Ross tries a bid to gain the monsters friendship. However, a trigger happy soldier loses his cool and attacks the Hulk when the monster takes a step too close to the General, prompting the Hulk to attack the military and then flee.

The Hulk ends up in a shipping yard where he seeks shelter in a crate destined for Morvania, and sleeps the entire trip there. The country itself is ruled by a dictator named Draxon who rules the once peaceful nation with an iron fist. During a procession of soldiers, a little girl named Rachel asks her father Isaac if things were always this way, to which he, a secret freedom fighter, tells her that they were not, and someday things will be as they were in the old days. Isaac is hushed by his wife who fears that one of the soldiers or Draxon himself may hear his treasonous words.

Draxon meanwhile is waiting in his castle for a shipment of components that he will use to make new powerful weapons with which he hopes to take over the Mediterranean and then the rest of the world. However, one of these crates is the one which the Hulk stowed away in, and the monster awakens and smashes out of the crate, confused about where he is. Draxon offers the Hulk an alliance, offering him the entire continent of Europe if the Hulk helps conquer the world. Uninterested the Hulk declines the offer and Draxon orders his men to attack. The powerful weapons they are using succeed in blasting the Hulk off the castle, but this only infuriates the Hulk, who begins smashing the castle and sending Draxon and his men fleeing. Seeing a rush of soldiers returning to the castle for back-up, Rachel tells her father, who decides that now is the time for an uprising and leaves his wife and daughter in order to gather the other resistance fighters together.

Meanwhile, the Hulk has cornered Draxon and grabs the dictator. The Hulk tells Draxon that he likes this country and he intends to stay, and warns Draxon to leave him alone or he will smash the dictator's empire. The Hulk then leaves the scene, with Draxon vowing to get revenge against the monster.

The Hulk happens upon little Rachel who is playing near a pond and hoping that her father can return home, as when he is around she feels that nothing can harm her.

This story is continued next issue...

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